Terence King and Gemma Finch
14 Witney St
T: +44 (0)1993 822714
Accommodation, Beer Garden, Cask Marque, Food Available, Free WiFi, Open Fire
12.00 noon to 12.00 midnight
Pub dining times
The Hooky's Pub Awards 2015
Winner - Food Champion Pub of the Year
Pride of Hooky Awards 2013
Winner - Customer Service Pub of the Year
Pride of Hooky Awards 2012
Winner - Best New Licensee
Joint Winner - Food Pub of the Year
Winner - Accommodation Pub of the Year
The Angel is an award-winning pub close to the centre of Burford, a thriving, historic market town, known as 'the gateway to the Cotswolds'. Situated only 100 yards from Burford’s bustling high street, the Angel is a haven of tranquility and comfort. Built in 1652, this cosy restaurant with rooms is packed with original features. Old oak beams adorn the ceilings and in the winter months flickering log fires reflect on the gleaming copper and brass. In the summer you can relax in the peaceful courtyard or in the walled garden.
In the bar, you will find well kept Hook Norton Ales, and arguably the finest bar counter in Burford, made from the increasingly rare Burr Elm. You may also find some locals, enjoying a pint or two of Cotswold hospitality!
The Angel has 2 AA Rosettes and is styled as a pub with a worldwide reputation for the quality of its food. In the candlelit restaurant our menus reflect all that is good about local Cotswold produce, with an imaginative range of seasonal dishes, incorporating game from local estates, great fish dishes and stunning desserts, all created using the freshest and best ingredients available.
The bedrooms are all en-suite, individually decorated for comfort and style, and have everything that you need to make you feel comfortable and at home. In the residents lounge you will find information on local attractions, and literature to help you plan long or short walks.
From the main A40 turn into Burford High Street and take the first right into Swan Lane. At the junction with Barns Lane, turn left into Pytts Lane. At the end of Pytts Lane is Witney Street and at the Royal Oak pub, turn left. The Angel at Burford provides an ideal base for visiting the historic city of Bath, with its stately Georgian architecture and magnificent Roman Baths.